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Greenwood Kitchen and Bathroom Restoration

Greenwood Kitchen and Bathroom Restoration Our client’s goal was to revive the character of the house, which has a small footprint on a large lot. They made the conscious effort to remodel instead of tear down this home. We designed a clean, uncluttered kitchen with plenty of storage; created a master bath on the main…

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Queen Anne Kitchen & Powder Room Remodel

Queen Anne Kitchen & Powder Room Remodel Our homeowners wanted to add a bit of European style to their brand-new powder room and renovated kitchen based on their love of travel and bike touring. They were especially excited to move the awkwardly-placed toilet away from the dining room. More details about the project can be…

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Kitchen Remodel for Lake Washington Cabin

Kitchen Remodel for Lake Washington Cabin The clients wanted to retain the feel of a cabin atmosphere while remodeling their kitchen. They enjoy entertaining and wanted more natural light, and more interactive space between the living room, dining room, and kitchen. This cabin sits closest to the water of all other homes that sit on…

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Leschi Kitchen Remodel

Leschi Kitchen Remodel With retirement on the horizon, this homeowner’s waterfront “weekend getaway” home on Lake Washington would become their main residence.  While most of the house had a pleasing layout and design, the galley-style kitchen was cramped and awkward. A small office room located adjacent to it also hampered the functionality and openness of…

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Greenwood Kitchen Remodel

Greenwood Kitchen Remodel The goal was to restore the character of a 1920s Craftsman from the previous owner’s 1980s-era remodel, and expand the living space. The homeowner’s original vision was to add a second story. After a little more exploration of possibilities, we agreed that a reconfiguration of the existing kitchen and adjacent areas would…

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Edmonds Kitchen Remodel

Edmonds Kitchen Remodel For this classic 1970s split-level home, the kitchen was the first step in the homeowner’s plan to be carbon neutral. All products used were sourced within a 300-mile radius of the home, including handmade tiles, custom cabinets, and concrete-and-recycled glass countertops. All finishes were low VOC (volatile organic compound). The homeowner had…

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